Cuba Solidarity

as in the time it was announced and predicted from the government … (Alligators from the same well, you know just about everybody). I have always stated and made public my support and my admiration for the efforts of these young students that since the closure of RCTV have taken to the streets to demonstrate peacefully and civilly but not by themselves be able to achieve its objectives or accompanying “monolithically “will be reached these objectives, solidarity is a necessary but not sufficient.

The government does not need to tell us on the march, as he is concerned or takes away or how many we put him in them, our numbers, public and visible only makes sense for the purposes of the international perception of widespread rejection towards this scheme, the government knows very well how we are and why their fears, their hustle and their pressures at all levels to achieve their goals before we can coordinate a minimally coherent response they feel imminent but still know very messy and lacking leadership and direction. In my opinion, students have “raised a hare” and we are all together in solidarity to pursue the hare … but what is needed is to raise a multitude of hares, the issue of Venezuela and its present and its future is not limited to freedom of expression or university autonomy, there is much more at stake. Why not for years accompanied by doctors when they protested the invasion of Cuba? Why not for weeks accompanied the carriers when they protested the creation of this alleged state transport company that will be left in the street? Why not go out en masse to protest the expropriation of land and businesses and the confiscation of their equipment over the years has been pursued with any excuse? Why talk wistfully of a particular political prisoner or 10 instead of requiring permanent and all available means the immediate release of all political prisoners? .